This week marked the third week of online learning and, before we know it, we will be into week four.
Last week, you shared photos of your work-from-home office as well as your study essentials (we see you over there with your Cheetos and Sour Patch Kids!). However, just because it looks easy, doesn’t mean it’s getting any easier.
At Chambers College, we understand that some of you are still new to our College, some may be learning online for the first time, some of you are natural-born multitaskers, and some of you are wondering what’s next for your future.
We share in your accomplishments and we share in your upsets – and we’re working to meet your needs.
Please reach out and let us know how we can personally assist you, even if it’s just a friendly reminder to let you know “You’ve got this” or “You’re strong” because you do have this and you are strong, and we will continue to get through this together.
Tips for Success
A few helpful tips and reminders from your Chambers College family, as well as University-wide updates, to get you through the week:
Chambers College Dean, Javier Reyes, provides words of encouragement and reminds you, and all of our students, that we’re here to help. It’s important to reach out and engage with your advisors and your professors regarding questions about an assignment, summer or fall courses, or career help. Read his recent letter and make sure to stay virtually connected!
No question is off limits! We’ve created a Chambers College Student Resource page so you can easily submit your questions or concerns.
Our Chambers College Neidermeyer Scholars have updated their schedule! Please review the new dates and times for virtual help with the following courses: Acct 201, Acct 202, Econ 201 and Econ 225.
Know someone who is thinking of joining the Chambers College in the fall? Our Undergraduate Recruitment Team is holding virtual visits each Monday, Tuesday and Thursday to discuss what it’s like to be a business student. Spread the word and have them sign up for a meeting!
Stay informed! We are sharing our Chambers College news and updates from WVU on our social channels. Follow us at @wvuchambers today!
Chat With Us
Our Center for Career Development is hosting virtual drop-in hours with our peer career coaches every Monday through Friday, 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
If you need help with resume reviews, job searches, virtual interview prep, or more, the CCD is here to help.
Our Chambers College Office of Strategic Communications is searching for a social media intern for the ‘20 – ‘21 academic year to start at the beginning of the fall semester.
This is a great hands-on experience if you want to learn the ins and outs of social media in Higher Ed (and if you want to add social media and content editing on your resume).
Hoping we return to campus in the fall, the candidate will report to our social media and content editor daily, attend several events, and have the confidence to capture content and interview individuals on their own.
Where can you apply? Apply via Handshake by April 30. Virtual interviews will be held in May.
A Way to Say Thanks
West Virginia University is asking students, faculty and staff, as well as community members, to join in on thanking our local healthcare workers.
All you have to do is record a short video of you and your family saying a message of appreciation to our hardworking healthcare workers.
If you share it on your personal social Instagram account, make sure to tag @westvirginiau, too!